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Aidan Moesby

Exploring Shakespeare: Climate change, weather and well-being

Aidan Moesby is an artist, curator and writer who joined the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust as artist in residence from 4-17 April 2022. Engaging with visitors in Shakespeare's Birthplace and on Henley Street Aidan explored climate change and well-being by thinking about weather, externally and internally, including where and how Shakespeare uses weather within his works. This research has informed a thought-provoking art installation at Anne Hathaway’s Cottage and is another exciting addition to our Sustainable Shakespeare programme.

Breathing Space I

The artwork Breathing Space I at Anne Hathaway's Cottage. Two brackets, cast in a material that looks like rusted iron, are embedded in an area of open grass. The brackets are approximately 1.5m high and space about 5m apart.

Breathing Space II

About Aidan Moesby

Aidan Moesby is an artist, curator and writer who explores civic and personal wellbeing through a body of work that is at once playful, intimate, questioning and deeply human. He brings a nuanced and insightful approach to working with climate change and the deep inter-connectedness between the physical and emotional landscape of modern life.

Equally likely to be found beyond formal arts institutions as within them, his practice includes both Disability Arts and mainstream representation.

Find out more about Aidan’s work at aidanmoesby.co.uk

Follow him on Instagram @aidanmoesby and on Twitter @TextArtist

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